Transfer case 97 Ford explorer AWD 4.0

Asked by Feb 03, 2017 at 01:56 AM about the 1997 Ford Explorer 2 Dr XL 4WD SUV

Question type: General

Was driving down the freeway  and heard a loud
pop white smoke fluid everywhere. Drove home lot
of grinding called buddy he towed it home said
there was a hole in transfer case so he bought new
one and started to fix it he disconnected drive line
from transfer case and rear axel we towed it in
neutral back to my house put the drive line back
on. Tranny is full turned it on tried to shift into drive
and nothing no gears at all.

2 Answers

We did not take old transfer case out yet

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If the transfer case is that bad then it won't move, all the internals are most likely shot so it is not transferring and power to the drive lines.

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